PH - Dismount handstand with strength and bend arm

Article 11.2.1g

In flair or circle to handstand dismounts, execution deductions for hesitation,strength, bent arms, lowering of the hips, and unsteadiness must be considered on the rise to the handstand.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Dismount handstand with strength
  • 2/Dismount with bend arm

Pommel Horse - Elements Group

Descriptions and examples of differentes elements groups

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Jury D: Value of EG
  • 2/ Example of EG

Legs faults

Deduction when gymnast do legs faults

Covered Chapters

  • 1- Apart
  • 2- Bent
  • 3- Combined: Bent/Apart

POMMEL HORSE - Lack of amplitude in scissors and single leg swings

Here the differents deductions for lack of amplitude in scissors and single leg swings

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Scissors and swing

POMMEL HORSE - Angular deviations in cross support circles and travels

0°-15° = 0 ded
16º- 30º = 0.1
31º- 45º = 0.3
>45º = 0.5 +NR

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Angular deviation in cross
  • 2/ Cumulative deduction

Hips breaks with circles

Article 11.2.1 section c:
"Ideally circles and flairs must be performed with complete extension. Lack of amplitude in body position is deducted as an individual deduction on for each element"

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Circle
  • 2/Flair

Expectations for scissor to handstand elements

5 chapiters for explain all deductions on scissor to handstand element ( Article (j) , (k ) of COP)

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Visible strength
  • 2/ Hip bend
  • 3/ Hand(s) stepping
  • 4/ Close the legs
  • 5/ Non recognition

POMMEL HORSE - Touching or hitting apparatus with legs or feet.

Touch = 0.1
Hit = 0.5
Fall = 1

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Contact-Heavy contact
  • 2/Falls

POMMEL HORSE - Landing oblique or not facing out from the long axis of horse.

deviation >45º = 0.1
deviation >90º = 0.3

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Deviation

POMMEL HORSE - Non handstand dismounts

body position > 29º over shoulder horizontal line = 0 ded
body position < 30º over shoulder horizontal line = - 0.3

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Rules
  • 2/ Examples

Flops and combine elements

It is possible to combine certain elements on a single pommel. There are two types of such combined elements listed in the Element Group II:
1/ (flops) can only be of D or E value (i.e. 3 or 4 elements)
2/ Combined sequences on one pommel of circle and/or Stöckli A or B with Russian wendeswings

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Flop
  • 2/ Combine elements
  • 3/ Sequences

NL #37 : Handstand dismount

Article 11.2.1 Information about Exercise Presentation
3. Additional execution, technical and exercise construction expectations are:
i) A simple handstand dismount must cross the horse in order to be recognized.

Article 11.2.2 Information about the “D score”
2. Additional information and regulations:
c) Handstand
c.5) … However, if there is a large error, no recognition will be given for the handstand or dismount. In this example the gymnast crosses the body of the horse, then during upgrade attempt (turn/travel in handstand) made a large error and therefore will receive no upgrade, but will still receive a C value dismount.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Dismount error 180°
  • 2/ 1/ Dismount error 270°

PH- 'A' value circle between Magyar and Sivado

Article 11.2.2 Information about the “D score”

vii./ “Magyar and Sivado may share a common circle connecting them and receive D+D difficulty. To receive credit for an A value circle between the two travels, the A value circle must be completed fully from front support to front support.”

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ D+A+D
  • 2/ D+D

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